Jabra has added to their enterprise-focused Evolve lineup of earbuds with the Evolve 65ts.
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Ecovacs has unveiled two new additions to its lineup of smart cleaning robots.
Nura have officially unveiled their second product at this year's CES, the NuraLoop earbuds.
If you expected HyperX to break from their tradition of serving up cheaper alternatives to Razer products, CES 2019 might leave you disappointed.
While LG's rollable OLED TV might be the star of their CES showcase this year, the company's W7 hybrid smartwatch is also getting some love with LG Australia telling us that the wearable will come to Australia in limited quantities in 2019.
Wi-Charge and Allegion have talked up the potential of infared wireless charging for smart home users, demonstrating a proof of concept solution at this year's CES 2019.
LG's ThinQ AI tech is set to get a little bit more useful in 2019, with a software update allowing them to proactively make suggestions to users based on "lifestyle data".
Jabra has announced a new over-ear addition to its flagship series of wireless headphones, the Elite 85h.
Jabra is refreshing their Move series of on-ear headphones at this year's CES
Sydney-based owners of the Fitbit Ionic and Fitbit Versa can now use either smartwatch to pay for their morning commute using the NFC chip in the wearable.
If you're looking to pick up a cheap Nokia smartphone in this year's Boxing Day sales, JB Hi-Fi is looking like the place to be.
Following up on their tease earlier in the year, Razer has officially announced their first Xbox One mouse and keyboard bundle.
Fitbit OS 3.0 is rolling out to Ionic and Versa watches bringing new apps, enhanced dashboard features, and powerful APIs.
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